51. KONDAVlpU AFTER THE FALL OF THE EEDDIS (ii).
Langula Gajapati ruled for 25 years (£. S. 1340 to 1364).
Praudha Devaraya ruled for 7 years.
Harihararaya ruled for 22 years.
The authority of the Rayas prevailed until S. S. 1388, when
Ganesvara Gajapati put them to flight and ruled until & S. 1390
for 7 years. Narasimhadevaraya who then ascended the throne
ruled for 25 years, keeping the Asvapatis and the Gajapatis
beyond the Narmada and the Krsna respectively.
Kaifyat of Anantapuram, L.R. 5, pp. 533-3,
52. BEVARiYA II AND PUSAPATI RAOIRAJU.
Racirajn * defeated in battle Timmana of the Damera
family; established the Calnkya here upon his throne; he
defeated the Mussulmans and captured several of their strong-
holds ; and caused fear to Praudhadeva and other kings by
the display of his heroism. (1).
He became great by obtaining rewards from Praudha
Devaraya, and acquired the title of the establisher of the
Cajukya kingdom by securing the kingdom to the Calukya. (2).
ti S&dkakaram^ (an unpublished work,)
53-a. THE CONQUESTS OF RSOIRAJU TAMMA.
Ra^iraju Tamma was famous amoi^g the rajanyas ; he
was a patron of Brahmans ,* and he bore the burden of the
kingdom of his master, the king Kapilesvara.
A Caju Verse.
* Raki*Sju> the founder of the present PSsapati family of Vizianagaram was a
Kstmya chi^f vbo rose to prominence during the period of confusion that followed the
3: vrJall of the KD^avi^n kingdom. He became an ally or a subordinate of DSvaraya II,
ar,s! an enway of the Mussalmans and the Velamas of Racakontfa a^d DSvarakon^a.
AKoriing to fee j>oem, U&bhyudayam, dedicated to his son Tamma, he slew in battle
til* f*sioaj R3vasing;jt whn bore the tittle of TrfbAnvottirSya. Later, lie became a sub-
vS-Siaateof KajiilKvara Gajapati, and rendered him yeoman service in his war* in the